What foods do you serve on Thanksgiving Day?
Please include the state you are drawing your Thanksgiving Traditions from
If you do not celebrate Thanksgiving, I would like to hear about the food you serve at other traditional feasts. Please include a short description of the holiday you are celebrating.
In California, for Thanksgiving our family incorporates traditional turkey and stuffing with delicious portugues dishes including sweet rice and green beans with lunguisa. For dessert we always dish pumpkin pie and cheesecake.
I usually serve pizzas topped with gravy instead of pizza sauce, cheese, and then topped with shredded turkey. Stuffing on top is also great. This has been a huge hit for me.
I am from Canada. Canada has Thanksgiving in October because our crops are ready earlier than in the USA. My family has our own traditions, everyone in BC is varied. We alternate which main dish we serve. Sometimes it is turkey (with stuffing), sometimes roast beef, and sometimes ham. We have mashed potatoes or yams, cream corn, salad of family recipe, and punch. For desert, we have pumpkin pie.
West Virginia......I like to serve turkey and ham...............mmmmm. I also make mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, corn, stuffing, sweet potato casserole (my husband's favorite), rolls, and a salad. Sometimes, we have deviled eggs. For dessert, pumpkin pie with cool whip and a pumpkin roll.
I don't celebrate thanksgiving but I would love to eat some turkey one day if I get the chance to meet a friendly American. It has not happened yet because there are hardly an Americans living in the country I live in.
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